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New name for McLaren

McLaren Health Care Village at Clarkston has a new name, McLaren–Clarkston. "The name is different but patients will get the same great care they've come to expect," said Kevin Tompkins, vice president of marketing for McLaren Health Care....more >>

CSB donates to Rotary

Clarkston State Bank employees donated $500 from their casual-Friday fund to Clarkston Rotary Club, Jan. 16. "We read in the Clarkston News about the Rotary Club's downtown holiday light upgrade project, so we decided to help them out," said Dawn Horner, executive vice president, retail banking....more >>
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Born November 1st
1880: Sholem Asch, Polish-born American novelist and playwright (The Nazarene, The Mother).
1880: Grantland Rice, American sportswriter.
1902: Nordahl Brun Greig, Norwegian writer and wartime hero during WWII.
1923: Victoria de Los Angeles, Spanish opera soprano.
1930: A.R. Gurney, American playwright (Love Letters, The Dining Room).
November 1st
in history
1861: Lieutenant General Winfield Scott, 50 year-veteran and leader of the U.S. Army at the onset of the Civil War, retires. General George McClellan is appointed general-in-chief of the Union armies. The Proving Ground.
1866: Wild woman of the west Myra Maybelle Shirley marries James C. Reed in Collins County, Texas.
1869: Louis Riel seizes Fort Garry, Winnipeg, during the Red River Rebellion.
1911: Italian planes perform the first aerial bombing on Tanguira oasis in Libya.
1923: Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company buys the rights to manufacture Zeppelin dirigibles. The innovative J.V. Martin Kitten.